Photographer's Note

So we stopped at Rajkumar's child place (remember Raj, he was our driver in Tamil Nadu). He wanted to show us his family temple and the place where he used to have sunday lunch on temple grounds.

Rajkumar was apparently considered as someone who did well in life, he walked in proudly in his always impeccable white shirt and pants, as everyone came to meet in.

He introduced me to his childhood god who very weirdly, looked like a thicker Rajkumar, in a more theatrical, less sympathetic, way.. and a slightly bluer skin, all the more.
Perhaps Raj junior had been quite impressed on his sunday afternoons, with these furious eyes watching him play cricket in the grounds nearby.

I must admit I never succeeded in memorizing the god's name, I felt a bit ashamed to ask him for a fourth time, failing to mentally spell it, due to thick Tamil accent.

A small goat was being attached to the statue stand, waiting for a sinister ending as an offering to this blue folk. As it seems the cutter guy was getting ready for his achievement, I prefered to leave. Not a good afternoon for small goats.

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